901 South 8th Street
Moorhead, Minnesota 56562 USA
Tlf: (218) 299 3004
|Accredited programs: MUSIC, SOCIAL WORK, TEACHER EDUCATION|
Strongest departments: Mathematics/Computer Science, English, Music, Communications, Business Administration, Biology/Chemistry.
Concordia was established in 1891 by Norwegian Lutheran immigrants to the Red River Valley and is affiliated with the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. Concordia offers a top quality education at a reasonable cost, the campus is safe and friendly, and the school has active international programs. With a metropolitan-area population of over 160,000 (including over 20,000 university students) the Fargo-Moorhead area offers the convenience of small-town living with many advantages of the big city. Minneapolis-St. Paul is located only 250 miles southeast of Moorhead. The 120-acre campus is both beautiful and functional containing 38 major buildings. Special facilities include an observatory, micro-particle accelerator, Concordia Language Villages, Cyrus Running Art Gallery, and a new sports facility.
The College awards Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Music degrees in the following areas: accounting, advertising and public relations, apparel and design, art-history and studio art, biology, business, business education, chemistry, church professions, classical studies, communications, computer science, criminal justice, economics, elementary education, English, environmental studies, family and nutrition sciences, Food/nutrition and dietetics, health, healthcare administration, healthcare financial management, history, home economics, humanities, individual and family studies, international business, international relations, Latin, mass media, mathematics, medical technology, foreign languages (French, German, Spanish, Norwegian), music, nursing, office administration, philosophy, physical education, physics, pre-professional studies, print journalism, psychology, religion, Russian studies, Scandinavian studies, social work, sociology, speech communication, theater.
700 College drive
Decorah, Iowa 52101
Tlf: (319) 387 1287
|Accredited programs: MUSIC, NURSING, SOCIAL WORK, TEACHER EDUCATION|
Strongest departments: music, physics, engineering, science of creative intelligence, business, literature
Luther College, is a residential liberal arts college of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. Its campus is built on the rolling wooded hills and rugged limestone cliffs of northeast Iowa's Bluff county. The scenic Upper Iowa River flows through the lower portion of the 175-acre central campus. The college owns an additional 625 acres adjoining the central campus which are devoted to farming, environmental research and biological studies. The small town of Decorah (8,000) is 335 miles west of the Mississippi River and 15 south of the Minnesota border. Special facilities include live animal center, planetarium, art galleries, Norwegian-American museums, 5 downhill ski runs, extensive biology field study areas.
The College awards Bachelor of Art degrees in the following areas: accounting, African studies, anthropology, art, art management, biology, chemistry, classical studies, communications, computer science, early childhood special education, economics, education, English, foreign languages (French, German, Greek, Latin, Spanish), health, history, management, management information services, mathematics, mathematics/statistics, medical technology, music, music education, nuclear medicine technology, nursing, philosophy, physical education, physics, pre-professional studies, political science, psychobiology, psychology, religion, Russian studies, Scandinavian studies, social work, sociology, speech communications, sports management, theater/dance (management).
St. Olaf College
St. Olaf College
1520 St. Olaf Avenue
Northfield, Minnesota 55057
Tlf: (507) 646-3025
|Accredited programs: DANCE, MUSIC, NURSING, SOCIAL WORK, TEACHER EDUCATION, THATER|
Strongest departments: Mathematics, Sciences, Fine Arts, English, Psychology
St. Olaf College was founded in 1874 as a private liberal arts college affiliated with the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. Its beautiful campus consists of 29 major buildings and is located on a hill overlooking the rolling farmland of the small town of Northfield (population 14,000). Built on 350 acres, St. Olaf only 40 miles from the Minneapolis-St. Paul area, and is rich in Scandinavian tradition. Special facilities include the Norwegian-American Historical Society Archives, Kierkegaard library, 5 art galleries, music library and a science library.
The College awards Bachelor of Art and Science degrees in the following areas: American racial and multicultural studies, American studies, ancient studies, art, art history, Asian studies, biology, chemistry, classics, dance, economics, teaching education, English, family resources, fine arts, foreign languages (French, German, Greek, Latin, Norwegian, Russian, Spanish), Hispanic studies, history, mathematics, medieval studies, music, nursing, philosophy, physical education, physics, pre-professional studies, political science, psychology, religion, Russian and Soviet studies, social work, sociology-anthropology, speech-theatre, sport science, urban studies, women's studies.
** PLEASE NOTE: ST. OLAF COLLEGE WILL NOT ACCEPT STUDENTS INTO THE SECOND YEAR (SOPHOMORE) RIGHT OUT OF VIDEREGÅENDE. THE COLLEGE DOES OFFER THREE SPECIAL SCHOLARSHIPS TOTALING $5,000 EACH IN ADDITION TO 30% OFF TUITION, ROOM & BOARD TO SELECTED FRESHMEN (FIRST YEAR NORWEGIAN STUDENTS).